The Estes Park Gun & Archery Club is open to the public
serving the greater Estes valley and nearby cities.
Memberships, currently $75, are sold on an annual basis until a 600 member cap is reached. There were
344 paid members for calendar year 2019.
As of October 12, 2020 there are 417 paid members for the calendar year 2020 with a 600 member cap (70%).
With US 34/36 open and many range improvements, the club may reach the membership cap this year.
See the above 'Memberships' link for more information on becoming a member.
The Outdoor Range, is located in Noel's Draw off of U.S. Highway 34,
about 3.5 miles East of the Olympus Dam, on the right just past mile marker 68.
The range is open to Members and their guests only or on a scheduled Public Event.
Access is through a combination locked gate. The range offers pistol, rifle and archery venues. Safety protocol and range officer duties are self-managed by members while they use the range. Click here for a Map. Outdoor range rules/instructions are here.
The Indoor Range, is located at the corner of U.S. Highway
36 & Community Drive, next to the Estes Park Dog Park.
Click here for a Map. The range has seven, 50 foot shooting lanes.
Shooting is allowed for Archery, Centerfire Pistol, & Rimfire Pistol or Rifle. The Indoor Range is open to Club Members and the public. A daily fee is charged for indoor range use.
The hours for the Indoor Range are listed below:
The Indoor Range is now open with COVID-19 rules
- Shooting - Thursday Evenings
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
- Shooting - Friday Evenings
6:30 PM - 7:30 PM
The Colorado Bureau of Investigation maintains a list of states whose CCW permits are recognized by Colorado.
To see which states recognize your Colorado CHP, see USA Carry Maps.
Fire restrictions are in place for
certain mountain areas including Boulder, Clear Creek, Gilpin, Larimer Counties.
Being extra cautious when outdoors is prudent.
See the Colorado Department of Public Safety website for the latest fire safety information.
Click the "Fire Bans & Danger" tab for latest county restriction information.
Pistol Range with new shooting shelter
Pistol Range in use
100 yard Rifle Range with new shooting shelters
Range Shed (target stands & First Aid) New shooting shelters at Rifle Range
Noels Draw Road gate provides controlled access to the
Common Point Range. The gate is open on Public Shooting Days.
Indoor Range shooting lanes
August 15, 2017 – Gun Club Patches now Available
These sew-on patches are 2.5" x 1.75" and 3.5" x 2.5".
Available at Public Shoot days
or with payment enclosed, number of each desired to:
Estes Park Gun and Archery Club
P.O. Box 982
Estes Park, CO 80517-0982.
August 14, 2017 – Please pick up your brass. When finished shooting, please collect your brass
and deposit in buckets provided. Each year, the club recycles brass which nets over $400 that helps you and your club.
November 6, 2019 – 2019 November Newsletter click here.
2016 Summary of Indoor Range usage.
2017 Summary of Indoor Range usage.
2017 Summary of Outdoor Range usage.
2018 Summary of Indoor Range usage.
2018 Summary of Outdoor Range usage.
2019 Summary of Indoor Range usage.
2019 Summary of Outdoor Range usage.
2020 Year to date Outdoor Range usage.
The indoor range is reserved on the first Tuesday night of each quarter (Feb, May, Sept, Dec) from 5:15 PM to 6:45 PM
for a Defensive Handgun Skills Review.
This is not an "open range" or a class per se, rather it is an instructor-lead skills review and practice
for those who have had intermediate or advanced pistol training and bring the required equipment.
For more information contact Jim Boyd at 970-481-4279 or Jim Boyd email.
January 16, 2020
President, Steve Clark
1st Vice President, Kurt Pennington
2nd Vice President, Harry Banbury
Secretary, Martha Clark
Board Members: continuing to serve the remainder of their terms:
On February 22, 2010, a new law took effect that applied state firearms laws to national parks and wildlife refuges across America. Click here for more information.
Latest website update: October 12, 2020